Slaughterhouse Sets Album Release Date, North American Tour

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A little over a year after signing to Eminem's Shady Records, hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse has set a release date for its full-length label debut. "welcome to: OUR HOUSE," starring MCs Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz, Crooked I and Royce da 5'9", will arrive May 15 through Shady Records/Interscope.

The quartet has also announced the details of a 43-date spring tour that precedes the album release. The extensive trek kicks off Mar. 8 in Dallas, Tex.

"OUR HOUSE," which was executive-produced by Eminem, follows the group's 2009 self-titled debut after the four rappers originally came together in 2008. A self-titled EP followed in early 2011, and Slaughterhouse also made appearances on Eminem's "Recovery" album and Bad Meets Evil's "Hell: The Sequel," a collaborative CD between Em and Royce da 5'9".

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Shady Records signed Slaughterhouse and Alabama MC Yelawolf at the same time last January. Yelawolf's Shady Records debut full-length, "Radioactive," has sold 99,000 copies since its November release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here are the dates for Slaughterhouse's spring tour:

March 8: Dallas, TX (Trees/Southside)
March 9: Houston, TX (Warehouse/House of Blues)
March 10: Austin, TX (Beauty Ballroom)
March 11: San Antonio, TX (White Rabbit)
March 16: Myrtle Beach, SC (House of Blues)
March 17: Orlando, FL (Beachem Theater)
March 18: Miami, FL (Revolution)
March 22: Atlanta, Ga. (Masquerade)
March 23: Nashville, TN (The Cannery)
March 24: Charlotte, NC (The Fillmore)
March 25: Baltimore, MD (SoundStage)
March 26: Boston, MA (Wilbur Theatre)
March 27: Philadelphia, PA (Trocadero Theatre)
March 28: Washington D.C. (9:30 Club)
March 29: New York, NY (Best Buy Theater)
March 31: Bowling Green, KY (Lava Lounge (West KY Univ))
April 1: Chicago, IL (Metro)
April 2: Detroit, MI (Royal Oak Music Theatre)
April 5: Tempe, AZ (The Clubhouse)
April 6: Los Angeles, CA (Music Box)
April 7: San Francisco, CA (The Regency Ballroom)
April 8: Las Vegas, NV (Hard Rock Cafe)
April 9: Santa Ana, CA (The Galaxy)
April 10: San Diego, CA (Porters Pub/4th and B)
April 11: Santa Barbara, CA (Velvet Jones)
April 14: Seattle, WA (Showbox at the Market)
April 16: Salt Lake City, UT (Harry O's)
April 17: Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theatre)
April 18: Denver, CO (Cervantes/Bluebird)
April 19: Boulder, CO (Fox Theatre)
April 20: TBD
April 21: Lawrence, KS (Granada)
April 22: Minneapolis, MN (Epic)
April 24: Milwaukee, WI (Rave)
April 25: Kalamazoo, WI (Kalamazoo Theatre)
April 26: Indianapolis, IN (The Vogue)
April 27: TBD
April 28: Cleveland, OH (House of Blues/Grogshop)
April 29: Toledo, OH (Omni)
April 30: Louisville, KY (Headliners)
May 1: New Haven, CT (Toad's Place)
May 2: Providence, RI (Lupos)
May 3: Boston, MA (Wilbur Theater)